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, john harwood live with co-founders of campaign to fix the debt. alan simpson and simpson-bowles, we will get the whole thing on spending cuts and more. now, down where it is all taking place today, down on the stock exchange, sue? >> the market is hitting a milestone. dow breaking the 14,000 mark for the first time since '07. er with up to 13,997.30. not to be left behind. s&p 500 hitting levels it hasn't seen since december of '07. up 5% in january of this year alone. its best start since 1997. now this rally, as you know, with the s&p now up 15 points or one full percent comes on the back of the latest jobs report and number of other positive data. steve liesman will have more on that in just a minute. but first, if the markets continue to push higher and we hit new highs, the most important question will be whether or not at this point entering a long ---er with entering a long term multiyear bull market for stocks, like we saw in maybe the 1980s and also 2000. you have been talking to people about this, bob pisani, what are you hearing? >> it is a big debate. let me highlight wh
14% in a month. and with more on apple, john fortt, in a minute. but first, seemo moa but first, seemo mo mody. >> we have seen the nasdaq outperform the dow and s&p the past couple of months. but this week the nasdaq underperforming the major ind disies. here are stocks that helped. first, dell, these companies will take over sun shares higher. a big winner in biotech space thanks to positive earnings and as oncology sprays, on a tear this month of 6%. other names that helped, vir tex, biogen, while apple did not give this month, other secretary oors helped keep the nasdaq afloat. >> seema, thank you very much. >>> fortress apple. john fortt has the story on a tough month for the big computer company. what do you say, john? >> tyler, let's take a walk down not so great memory lane. at least if you were apple. it says 2001, but we will say it is 2000. during the dot com bust, apple had its biggest drop in recent memory. down by more than half. that particular month. we will get to this january and say what is special about that. next on this lineup we have, revised guidance in j
loves tech. >> all right, thanks so much, mark. ty, over to you. >> thank you, sue.'s john carnie joins us with an exclusive interview with nassim taleb. he likes to call himself the ghost of talos. do you not like to call yourself that? >> that was not me. someone else started that. >> well anyhow, you are no fan of davos. >> let's get to that in a minute. but first, the thesis of anti-fragile. which is not only that you need to be less vulnerable it risk randomness, hiccups in the world, but you need to position yourself, your portfolio, so that you take advantage of that. is that a fair -- is that a fair -- if i got one thing right today, is that fair? >> perfect. you cannot use randomness and disorder and volatility as fuel. you won't make it. >> so how do you do that in today's cop tecntext as an inve? >> first of all, you have -- from being exposed to down side. you need to have a large segment of your portfolio immune from market movement. whatever that is. not cash, inflation hedge cash. or 20%, or whatever you're willing to risk, high number of diversified extremel
these black curtains, david. >> thanks very much. stay tuned for a live interview with john scully, after the blackberry 10 launch. but first -- >> coming up, this can be one rough and tough market. but we have someone here who will help you stay balanced. jim cramer with 6 stocks in 60 seconds when "squawk on the street" returns. >>> time for "six in sixty." six stocks in 60 seconds, give or take a few. mighty ices. >> people didn't think they would approve their super cholesterol drug. they were wrong. >> super cholesterol. buffalo wild wings. >> coming on friday, a lot of people are saying tap it. i think it's interest to start a neutral before the super bowl. the wing day. >> maybe people buying in advance. >> some cloud jitters from bm ware. they said this quarter is going to be good. >> b.e. >> be careful, tactical short. >> we don't talk a lot about this company. $36 billion already paid out. >> a lot of people say this is the takeover play when the ceo retires. a great earnings play. eagleford. >> it's going to take over play too? >> could be. >> i think this company could split.
. down better than 5% other two components on the outside. john pretty clean slate for rimm and that they are going to change their name it blackberry as well. >> yes. that will take getting used to. here is the first blackberry 10 phone that's out. pretty sleek device. a lot of tnalyzz, both interus try analyst and stock analyst, positive on what rim rim has come out with so far. we will talk about next steps for them. z-10 arising in some markets. comes to the u.s. in early march. alicia keys has come on with rim, as creative director. we will see with what they add. also, blackberry devices throughout the year. not just this one, a keyboard and also trying to bring in lower priced blackberry 10 devices to expand the market. we will see if they are able to come out with those. big question for me in this and affecting the stock longer term is which consumers will bite. will it be the former core customer in the enterprise? mainstream consumer? we will have to see, sue. >> indeed. that's a good question. >> thank you very much. the question everyone want to know is whether
, as i said to you and as john said, the reviews have largely been successful. they have been pretty glowing. i've heard people say it's a great device. there are others who are going to say i don't care. it doesn't have samsung written on it or one of these on the back, one of the apple logos and at the end of the day that's all that matters. >> i don't know there aren't that many people. apple and samsung, a lot of purists that want to stay there. i feel at this point it's a little too late. nothing stands out or is really fantastic about this device. people who went to the iphone would think about going back because they may have been frustrated with the keyboard on ios, a really good keyboard on the blackberry 10 but i don't know if it's enough to bring back the masses of people they need to rebuild themselves as a company >> you like it but don't think it's a game-changer? >> absolutely. need to come out with a big blockbuster and what they have is a nice phone, really nice in every regard but not really a standout in any way. michael copeland, what's your take? >> this remains
and grow the economy. we have exclusively the senate's third ranking republican are. mr. john thune. do you make of it? >> right, and i got to tell you, larry, you kind of stole my talking points there. but they are proposing doing, is doing away with the sequester. doing away with the spending cuts and that is what we all voted for. and now you want to do away with that and replace it with tax increases. as far as we are concerned that has been dealt with. they are promoting now more taxes. they are talking about the budget, tax increases as well. that would be bad for the economy and it would cost us jobs and there are going to be republicans in the house and senate who are going to fight that. i think the automatic cuts are good for the economy. i think they are good for confidence in the markets and business. lower spending and limited government helps the market grow. we never cut spending. most of these are going to be cuts from the increase. ultimately what we do need to do is we have got to deal with what drives federal spending and that is the entitlement programs and that is socia
at 10:00 a.m. eastern time. our own john ford will be covering the event live. he's going to join us in the 7:00 a.m. hour with analysts to talk about the big challenges facing r.i.m. the stock, of course, has rebounded over the last year. but it's seen better days. big questions about whether this device is going to take off or not. there's a number of people around the table who at some level are rooting for this to work. >> didn't have a keyboard, did it? >> i thought the early one didn't. there's a new one -- >> one has a screen. one has a keyboard. i think we'll see both. >> you see the keyboard one, right? >> and both look promising. mixed results. you hear mixed things. if you play with it for a minute or two, it's fantastic. if -- >> that has to go on the year-end reel. play with it for a minute or two it's fantastic. that's got to go on -- can i -- >> this brought to you by andrew ross sorkin. >> some people have said that in t might have been early software. >> those who play with it -- after ten minutes, it gets boring finalli, right? andrew, do both of them have brick bre
own john ford. this will be potentially make or break to the run-up that the shares have seen in the past month. a question a lot of investors will face tomorrow when this thing is launched tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. >> carl, this to me, line in the sand. this product works. stock keeps going. this is actually one of the rare times where i've seen that a product will determine the stock. >> people say that a lot. but do you think it actually might be true? >> they need to stem the erosion from apple. which i think is getting bigger in the enterprise. i think that's something we don't credit apple enough. >> in the "wall street journal," questioning whether any enterprises who dropped the blackberry will put it back on their platform. buy your own device because of the software advances that have been made in terms of security. whether they could ever hope to reclaim any of the share that's been lost is a key question as they battle it out in the consumer market where they had less than 5% of the market share. >> can they keep what they have. >> if they can just manage to convince
. are investors moving away from plays? >> joining us john from cgfi group and rick santelli. rick, i'll go to you first. we're talk about moving treasuries. is 2% enough to push people in mass into equities? >> you know, i don't think so. i think the percentages are much higher, but it is a start. and keep in mind global inflows to equities global was about $55 billion. that was a record for january. if you look at global inflow of bond funds and bond etfs, it was a whisker under $30 billion. so there's still money going in, but not as much. and of course the anxiety of potentially healthy global economy is always going to give traders an excuse to try to sell what is close to some historically low levels of yield, high levels of price. >> yeah. and when you look at equities you see this huge move in the markets. are we taking a bit of a breather? jordan, how do you see it? >> i think it's been constrained. uncertain election and fiscal cliff. and all of a sudden people are starting to pay attention to the fact there are -- inflation's low. i think the market starts to run, forest run. >> not a l
them? let's talk to syndicated radio talk show host john batchelor. was there an explosion? >> high probability. an explosion on monday the 25th, this is confirmed with multiple sources now reporting over the weekend. sources associated with german intelligence, with british intelligence, with israeli intelligence. high probability, larry. and the sun coming up tomorrow doesn't have as high probability. >> all right. we believe it happened. now, who, where, when, why, and how? is this an inside job or what? >> i'm told right now it was an explosion deep inside the facility that there are 190 to 200 people trapped or dead. as of yesterday, there was indication there are survivors. however, the rescue efforts haven't started yet because of fear of radiation. who did this? who fears radiation, radioactivity in an enrichment program nuclear programs from iran? there are two obvious choices, one is israel, one is the united states. >> you believe that the u.s. and/or israel may have been responsible for this? >> i think every piece of logic i have points to the fact that israel is the ch
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bezos as ceo restoring the stock's visionary premium. john in illinois. john? >> caller: hey, jim, how you doing? >> all right, what's going on? >> caller: i got a crazed super computer for you, man. company headquartered out in seattle, washington, i did a little homework on it. i found good cash, little or no debt. but the one thing that stood out to me, i was wondering because of the limited -- possible limited market is the future growth. is it -- can we see -- >> no, you know what? i think you got a winner, but i think you should take half off the table. i looked at that company before, i'm shocked it's gotten this high. i want you to cut it in half. sometimes the market isn't fair. the market wants growth, amazon has it. apple, it's got enough, but i've got to tell you, the market regards it as subpar growth now. and apple, look, if they want to do it -- if they want to get it back, they've got real work to do. stay with cramer. >>> it is time -- it is time for the "lightning round" on cramer's "mad money." rapid-fire calls, you say the name of the stock, i tell you whether to se
. back on january 18th, john in virginia talked about mmr. it seemed interesting, it's a real estate investment trust that owns industrial properties. high-quality tenants including anheuser-bus anheuser-busch, fedex, kellogg's, sherwin williams. it's a fairly good list of stable clients. here's something we didn't like. over 40% of monmouth's square footage goes to fedex and subsidiaries. but you know what? that's a major league high concentration for one customer. monmouth has a juicy 4.5% yield. i don't want to own any investment trust so dependent on a single client. if you want a similar yield, go for hta, sports 5.5% yield and much more defensive business model. next up, last wednesday, larry from oregon raised a lot of interesting points regarding federal mogul, fdml for your home gamers. i said i just remembered it being a troubled auto part company. federal mogul corporation is a maker of power train and safety technologies, brake friction, chassis, wipers, and other vehicle components. supplies everybody from automakers to rail vehicles as well as the aerospace market. righ
has gone up for ending question and the inflation rate has gone down. john carney on right now has an interesting article that suggests the data we've picked up showed the federal has really essentially tightened policy. let's take a look at data of when the fed will hike rate. here's the december distribution and there's january one. in general the average is the same as it was, a little more conviction about the hiking rates being in the first quarter of 2015. interestingly this number comes after the fed got rid of counter dates. question, will it lower unemployment? no. they have been consistent about that. will it lower mortgage rates? divided but they think it will. bond yields, evenly divided. the one thing our market participants are sure that question will do, raise stock prices. 69%, maria, saying question does help raise stock prices so when you think about the fed and the roaring stock market, our panelists think they are pretty well related, maria. >> no doubt about it, and what we have seen is a market continuing higher ever since the fed started this. thanks
app, loyalties come in later this year. when i was at papa john's, we turned around online ordering, we're going to do the same with mobile. we're going to take it into one-to-one marketing. it's going to revolutionize quick-service. >> papa john's made a fortune for shareholders under you. >> great company. >> now, you've got k-cups and the numbers out there -- the numbers are unbelievable in terms of comps. >> 30% in the last quarter. >> so that's just additional, right? it doesn't cost any more for you to do that? and you're just making a lot of money on the bottom line? >> yeah, most of all, our franchisees are making a lot of money because the margin in percentage terms not as high as our beverages or breakfast sandwiches, but dollar margin is great, the sales as i say were up 30% last quarter. we brought in limited time offers for k-cups. i think they're a lot of growth because if you look at green mountain's sales, brewer sales, they're going up and up and up. and we're going to follow that trend. and the only place to get k-cups is in dunkin donut stores. not grocery stores.
love to my alma mater. meanwhile, a big deal in the battle over cyber security. john has the breaking news on that. hi, john, over to you. >> hi, sue. concern about technology universal plug and play. the intent was it was supposed to make it easy to set up home networks, connect web cam to internet, check home security cameras remotely. turns out there's been a flaw discovered in that protocol by a security group called rapid 7. basically these devices in your home, frighteningly, including web cams, open the door to digital strangers that wasn't known before. in some cases, like home security cameras, it's possible for a hacker to call up your home camera, take a look at what's recorded on the dvr and look through that camera live without your permission. what security researchers are recommending, you disable universal plug and play on your devices. a lot have no idea how to do it. a question how they will get the word out on security breaches. net gear is one of the public companies that could take a hit today because of this. there's some other issues where investors had been pun
in to super bowl live, delivered by papa john's, for the next three hours. i have super bowl champions to my left, darren sharper, and heath evans. the 49ers at last check are in the air. they are about 20 minutes away from landing in new orleans. when they do land -- >> where does that put them, over arkansas? >> roughly arkansas. we should get a flight map up there. >> we're not known for geography. when they get to louisiana, they'll be landing in new orleans. we'll take you the niners press conferences as they get the hotel. we'll show you the niners walking down the jetway down to the tarmac. we'll bring you everything from the 49ers' arrival as he head on to new orleans. they beat the two seed, they beat the one seed to get to new orleans. here they are, the san francisco 49ers, looking for their sixth super bowl. and they packed up early today, in santa clara, california, headed to the airport to san jose to get on that plane and to fly down to new orleans for the tenth super bowl that that city will host. tied with miami now for the most all-time. there they are, guys, getting up the
today. john taylor, not the hedge fund john taylor but the former appreciatory under secretary. stanford say the says holding back the economy, the federal reserve is holding back the economy. >> steve liesman will be along at 7:30 eastern. i don't think he would buy into that. we will be here with the release of cnbc's exclusive fed survey. and from the better late than never file, the senate has approved the long delayed $50.5 billion aid package for the vikt manies of superstorm sandy. the approval comes three months after the storm ravaged the east coast destroying thousands of homes and is business in new york and connecticut and new jersey. nine republicans joined democrats in voting yes on the measure. now president obama must sign it into law, which he is expected to do. senate leaders held up the aid and for wrangling' over the new rules, filibusters and some pork in there and all kinds of stuff. andrew asked me today -- i love this. is it okay to wear a jacket? it's fine to wear a jacket when you want to because of -- he goes, look, this shirt needs a jacket. that begs the ques
the real winners win at&t and verizon. john tweeted he'll buy one as long as it's affordable. and jash says he's team b.b. all the way. there you go. everybody -- those people tweeting say -- have we got anybody who says they're not going to buy one? there you go. it's waiting for 10, coming outer later. >> that's for sure. if you're just joining us, these are your headlines -- spain's economy con tracts more than expected as the government eyes targeted new stimulus measures. >>> boeing faces up to shareholders as the 787 nightmare looks to overshadow earnings later today. >>> and r.i.m. unveils its new blackberry. will it be the comeback kid investors are looking for? [ technical difficulties ] >>> phil lebow, our man to the skies, will join us from chicago when we come back. >>> spain's economy contracted more than forecast in the fourth quarter. gdp down 1.8% annually. north .7% from the previous quarter. analysts polled by reuters were looking for a smaller 1.7% drop over last year. speaking of parliament, shortly after the release, the spanish prime minister, mariano rajo, planned to
marriage, these things you may like them, may not like them, they are not bad for business. >> john, i'm interested in your pessimism, a market which so far this year, this months, gained 5%. when we are eyeing dow 14,000, would appear that some retail money is coming into stocks. your he arguing the situation is bad, the market is rallying, they are coming back into it, they can profit from it moving through the year. are they wrong? >> sorry. >> john? >> john? >> the situation is lackluster, add it is strifg the market more so than improved outlook for profitability is the expectation that bond yields will remain low for a extended period of time. by the way, you know, the corporate bond market has begun to sour a bit we have had the past week, a notable spreading of credit spreads for junk bonds as well as lower grade investment grade. >> charlie, is he right? i thought the talk now was the steepening of the yield curve forced people out of bonds into gold, out of stocks here. that is the bigger issue, isn't it? >> the bond market is weakening for good reasons, we are going to have
't been. >> you said one guy spent $1.35 million getting ready for the party and he flew john legend in who watches ow "squawk box." >> john wedging was, by the way, remarkable. did you know he used to work at bcg? >> no. >> yeah. a wall street consultant who turns into a musician. so, anyway -- >> a long time ago. >> and all the hookers that you spoke to were also cnbc viewers or something? >> no, they were not. they were -- yes, they were cnbc viewers. >> you're sure? how did you know? what is -- i don't see how this whole thing played out and where you got -- >> it's a much longer story that probably needs to be explained not at the top of the show. >> were you embarrassed when they said -- and you said, oh, i'm so sorry? all right. go ahead. >> he is right but but there's optimism -- >> i'm married with chirp. >> that's the whole point. that's why i don't even understand how this happened. >> like he was talking about, all this optimism is fueling what's happening in the markets. by the way, this is the best pace for january that we've seen in 24 years. you have to go back to 198
in come march 1st. john harwood now with the story. >> maria, republicans gave up one hammer to force negotiations on spending cuts when they agreed to raise the debt limit. now they're wielding another with paul ryan saying on "meet the press" yesterday that republicans are willing to let the spending cuts take effect without any other cuts. >> so where are we right now? i think the sequester is going to happen because that $1.2 trillion in spending cuts we can't lose. don't forget one other thing. we think these sequesters will happen because the democrats have opposed. they offered no alternatives. >> democrats in the white house say they do want other cuts. they want to engage in negotiations with the white house. in fact, jay carney the white house press secretary said today we all agree these cuts will never take effect. we need to identify alternatives. >> these kinds of across the board cuts to both defense and non-defense spending are not supported by virtually anyone in washington. and certainly not the president. and to judge by their many statements along these lines not r
foreign recessi foreign relations committee. that could be because john kerry was cleared as secretary of state or it could be -- as i think you are thinking -- that reid doesn't want to risk it until the dust clears. why isn't menendez head of the foreign relations committee officially? >> first of all, it requires an upgrade in his security clearance sfa us the. one thing they ask is if you have liabilities with foreign interests, exposure to blackmail. these are things that can blow up in the face of the democratic leadership and the senate as a whole. harry reid would be stupid to take that kind of risk. if anything, the timing of the fbi raid may have been encouraged by senator reid and the democratic leadership. they want to get it resolved as quickly as possible so that committee, the senator foreign relations committee can do its job. >> menendez said in his statement that he rode the plane -- his buddy's plane three times. david, is that new information? i thought it was one time. three times, that's a third party transaction. this is the part that troubles me. >> we don't kno
caterpillar products; we're not going to take in john deere products; we're not going to take in g.e. products"? >> the only trade war that's going on is being waged on us. and when you don't hold people accountable for playing by the rules they agreed to, that have access to your market, you're basically saying anything goes. that's garbage. that's baloney. and the american people won't stand for it. >> the "buy american" provision in the 2009 economic stimulus package requires the use of american-made steel unless that violates u.s. trade agreements. so steel from canada and europe can be used, but steel from major competitors china and russia is locked out. coming up, the new breed of american worker. >> some of them are the greatest generation. they're more hardworking. they have these tools to get things done. they're enormously clever and resourceful. some of the others are absolutely incorrigible. it's their way or the highway. the rest of us are old, redundant, should be retired. how dare we come in? anyone over 30 not only can't be trusted, can't be counted upon to be sort of coherent
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his broad outlook on the future of facebook is john steinman, president of buzz beat. good morning. >> good morning, andrew. >> what do you think of this? a beat, stock after hours is down 5%. seems to me it's mostly on the fact that they're spending a lot of money. right. i mean, the market was expecting growth of 30% to 40% and they came in saying they're going to have 50% op ex growth. what did you get for that op ex growth? now you have a great engine on search. i've been using graph search. >> search for friends like restaurants in new york and you can find all the restaurants your friends like in facebook or san francisco. >> do you think it's better than using google? >> no. but i think that's what you're getting your for this -- all these things are firing on all cylinders. 2% of their revenue from mobile, they had no mobile ad revenue two quarters ago. everything the company gets asked to do, they do. and then it's never enough. >> the stock was stuck at 20 and in a quarter moved to 30. so it's down 5% today. >> but it's never enough because it's still overpriced sflp comp
since facebook, dow 14,000. we want to bring in john to post 9 here. heck of a way to close out the week. >> absolutely. >> some of the signs for clarifying or improving this move in stocks today? >> we're in earnings season. we've got economic data. i think you couple all this together and it's just adding to the fact that this market is wanting and trying to move higher. we get conflicting data coming out of washington. we're starting to see a lot of this momentum money coming back in. what does that mean? the ball is rolling. it's been rolling. the money that has been sitting on the sidelines is slowly coming back into this market. >> we make a lot about dow 14,000, of course. that on main street is a big number. on wall street, s&p now 1511 is the new number here. how important is that in your view in terms of the market move higher? >> over the last couple of months, a lot of resistance levels have been broken. we don't really get a good grasp of where it's going to go now. if you look at the charts where we've been and where we think it's going to go, the top levels keep getting kn
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mentioned john passed away -- >> my good buddy. >> he was a sharp guy. the past two weeks, year oe year-over-year wages dropped 2.3%, it's realtime guessed i'm gue guessing a with holding information mr. lissio used to use. is that sample too small to draw any conclusionings. >> it's an increase of 4%. we will see a huge increase in gdp and after tax income in the fourth quarter mainly december, at least 100, 120 billion of extra income from 2013 recognized in december to beat the higher tax brackets, capital gains increase. so, in other words, the economy now feels like 20% increase in take home pay has been given to the economy. it feels good. the problem with that, that income was going to be recognized this year, no longer here to be recognized. we're seeing a slowdown in income as we come forward. the best theater on tv to me wasn't to social inept types, but the fact that some of your -- the guests this morning, from companies were being like, do you see an increase in the economy? are things growing or things better? they're selling stock in aggregate, not buying stock anymore. t
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